In case you missed them the first time around, here are 10 coronavirus-related stories from the Greater Nashville area.
Aquinas College in Southwest Nashville opens dormitory to Ascension Saint Thomas caregivers
Aquinas College announced April 16 that it has opened up Siena Hall dormitory on campus to health care workers at Ascension Saint Thomas who are worried about going home and potentially spreading COVID-19 to family members.
Gov. Bill Lee announces free coronavirus testing for all Tennesseans
Free COVID-19 testing will become available as of April 18-19 for any Tennessee resident, regardless of whether they exhibit traditional symptoms of the virus.
City of Brentwood to waive late fees for water and sewer bills
The Brentwood City Commission approved a resolution to waive late fees for water and sewer bills during its April 13 meeting.
Connectus Health providing food, supplies to Middle Tennessee during coronavirus pandemic
In partnership with Second Harvest and Nashville Diaper Connection, Connectus Health is donating nonperishable food items, hygiene products and diapers at two of its Middle Tennessee clinics.
Gov. Bill Lee establishes economic recovery group to help declining state economy
On April 16, Gov. Bill Lee established an economic recovery group from across state departments, legislative members and the private sector to help reboot the state’s economy.
Gov. Bill Lee recommends Tennessee school closures for remainder of academic year
Gov. Bill Lee announced April 15 that he is recommending that all Tennessee schools remain closed through the end of the academic year to reduce the risk of further virus spread.
GUIDE: See hours, special conditions for grocery stores in Greater Nashville
This article features a guide to how local grocery stores are adapting to get consumers what they need and working to limit the spread of the coronavirus in the region.
Metro Nashville Planning Commission seeks public comments for virtual meeting April 23
The Metro Nashville Planning Commission will livestream its scheduled meeting at 4 p.m. April 23, and it is providing several options for residents to provide feedback on agenda items in ways that meet the requirements for a public hearing.
Tennessee extends stay-at-home order through April 30; some businesses could reopen in May
Gov. Bill Lee announced April 13 Tennessee’s stay-at-home order will be extended through April 30 and that state officials are working on a plan that would allow businesses to reopen in May.
Vanderbilt researchers: Social distancing must continue in order to slow coronavirus spread
Officials with Vanderbilt University Medical Center announced April 9 there is new data showing evidence that social distancing efforts are working to flatten the curve, or slow the spread of coronavirus in the region.
Alex Hosey, Dylan Skye Aycock and Wendy Sturges contributed to this report.